Journal of Financial Research
© The Southern Finance Association and the Southwestern Finance Association
Edited By: Scott E. Hein, Jeffrey M. Mercer, and Drew B. Winters
Online ISSN: 1475-6803
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12.Cite references in the text by placing the publication date in parentheses, for example:
Cornell, B., 1986, Inflation measurements, Inflation risk, and the pricing of Treasury bills , Journal of Financial Research 9, 193-202.
Cox, J. and M. Rubinstein, 1983, Option Markets (Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ).
Ho, T.S.Y., 1985, The value of a sinking fund provision under interest-rate risk, in E. I. Altman and M.G. Subrahmanyan, eds.: Recent Advances in Corporate Finance (Irwin, Homewood , IL ).